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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Regulatory impact analysis for the NOX SIP call, FIP, and Section 126 petitions : volume 2 : health and welfare benefits /|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Radiation,|
|Subjects||Nitrogen oxides--Law and legislation--Compliance costs--East (U.S.) ; Atmospheric ozone--Law and legislation--Compliance costs--East (U.S.) ; Air--Pollution--Law and legislation--Compliance costs--East (U.S.) ; Nitrogen oxides--Environmental aspects--East (U.S.) ; Atmospheric ozone--Environmental aspects--East (U.S.) ; Air--Pollution--East (U.S.)|
|Additional Subjects||Nitrogen oxides ; Health effects ; Environmental effects ; Air pollution standards ; Pollution regulations ; Ozone ; Air pollution control ; Air pollution abatement ; Emissions ; Air pollution sources ; National Ambient Air Quality Standards ; Standards compliance ; Clean Air Act ; Requirements ; Sectoral analysis ; Economic impacts ; Alternatives ; Regulatory impact analysis ; Eastern Region(United States) ; Section 126 permits ; SIP(State Implementation Plan) ; FIP(Federal Implementation Plan)|
|Collation||180 pages ; 28 cm|
This document presents a Regulatory Impact Analysis for the final NOx SIP call rule, which addresses regional transport issues related to ozone attainment. This analysis expands and updates the previous analyses, to reflect the provisions of the final rule and to provide analysis of the potential benefits and economic impacts as well as the costs, emissions reductions and air quality impacts associated with the rule.
v. 1. Costs and economic impacts -- v. 2. Health and welfare benefits.